Love Party (Italy)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Partito dell'Amore)
Jump to: navigation, search
Love Party (Italy)
Partito dell'Amore
Leader Moana Pozzi
President Ilona Staller
Secretary Riccardo Schicchi
Founded 12 July 1991
Dissolved 1994
Headquarters Via Cassia, 1818 - 00123, Rome
Ideology Libertarianism[1]
Christian left
Frivolous
Political position Centre[2] to
Apoliticism
Website
Official website
Politics of Italy
Political parties
Elections

Love Party (Italian: Partito dell'Amore, PdA) is a political party in Italy co-founded on July 12, 1991 by pornstars Moana Pozzi and Ilona Staller, the latter a member of the Chamber of Deputies.

Political line[edit]

The party was organized by Riccardo Schicchi, Cicciolina's manager, as a parody of the traditional political parties. However, it was later identified as a counterculture movement by exponents Mauro Biuzzi and Marcella Zingarini.[3]

Elections[edit]

After a brief alliance with Carlo Fatuzzo's Pensioner's Party,[4] Pozzi ran unsuccessfully for the parliament at the general election in 1992.[5] In 1993, Pozzi ran for the Mayor of Rome.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ First news conference of PdA's presentation, 10 January 1992
  2. ^ Love Party Program, Mauro Biuzzi, 2 April 1992
  3. ^ L'ellisse dell'amore
  4. ^ MOANA SI BUTTA IN POLITICA E S' ALLEA AL ' POTERE GRIGIO', La Repubblica, 28 December 1991
  5. ^ "Politician and the porn star - did she fake her own death?", The Times, September 12, 2005
  6. ^ " After Elections, Italy Is Still a Muddle", The New York Times, November 23, 1993

External links[edit]